CENTERBURG — The bids, contingencies and alternates for the Central Ohio Joint Fire District expansion have been spelled out by Thomas and Marker Construction, the general contractor.
To reach the total of $782,195, the project consists of the general contract, which includes contracts for Construction Stage Personnel at $117,516; General Conditions, $29,510; and General Trades at $258,000. Other contracts include Plumbing at $58,576 (Ohio Plumbing), HVAC, $63,000 (Eagle Heating and Cooling) and Electrical at $82,887 (C.S. Electric).
Design Build Contingencies (architectural), construction stage design services and design build fees (all to Thomas and Marker), add $45,190 and alternatives that will be added to the project include $60,862 to include the EMS washroom and toilet; $16,391 for the kitchen hood and $50,263 for an emergency generator.
Chief Joe Porter said the project is expected to get underway by the middle of the month and be completed in the fall.
The district board last spring approved the plan to expand the existing station, providing additional storage room for equipment and better accommodations for an expanded staff.
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